Needed: A Systems Approach to Electromagnetic Compatibility 760272

A proliferation of devices which emit incidental radiation capable of degrading the performance of radio receivers is leading toward a new dimension of federal regulation in the United States. Unacceptable degradation can usually be prevented either by controlling the incidental radiation, or by receiver circuitry that minimizes its effects. To protect the consumer--who ultimately pays the bill for regulation-interference caused by incidental radiation devices must be considered on a systems basis, and control applied in a method that provides maximum benefit for the costs incurred.


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